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Inventor Part Files – Linking to Excel

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Today I take a look at linking excel to your Inventor part models.  I show how create your excel sheet and link the parameters inside of your models to the spreadsheet itself.  I also have a little bonus material for your part list descriptions.  Take a look.

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Inventor Part Files – Linking to Excel

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Bridge the Link

With so many companies having to move to 3d today there can be a lot of out of the pocket expense not only for software but also for training there users also. Autodesk has a great workflow to allow companies to take baby steps in moving to 3D. This workflow will allow a company to model parts inside of Inventor and have the ability to do the detailing work inside of Autocad Mechanical with a direct link to that Inventor model. At the end of the day a company can spend less money on training and software and bring there entire design team up to speed as time permits with 3D. With the direct link to the model file the Autocad Mechanical users will be notified when there detail is out of sync with the Inventor model.

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Submitted by Dave of the INCAT CAD Geeks

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